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Historic Brighton Annual Meeting 2017

Brickyard Trail Tour by Historic Brighton

New Netherland Institute

Friday & Saturday, June 24-25, 2016

DIGGING FOR OUR DUTCH ROOTS
Public Program by the New Netherland Institute

What were the Dutch doing in America in the 1600s, and why didn’t we learn this vital piece of our history in school? The New Netherland Institute will offer a fact-filled program for teachers, students, genealogists, academics and the general public. All are welcome!

Click here for full details.

Sunday, June 19.

Architect Christopher Brandt
will speak on the architectural legacy of James Johnson,
designer of Temple Sinai, the Liberty Pole,
and the Mushroom House, at Temple Sinai.

Free and open to the public.
June 19 at 2 pm, 363 Penfield Rd.

Music in Brighton
Ward Wellington Ward Program

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